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Emily Anderson has 39 articles published.

As a senior, Emily spends her second year on staff as both a copy editor and entertainment editor. Outside newspaper, Emily plays violin in the school orchestra and leads Dead Poets Society as president. When she's not at school, however, Emily enjoys writing poetry, repeatedly watching the same movies and, sometimes, succeeding in her goal of reading five books a week.

Over the moon for the Mid-Autumn Festival

With over 3000 years of history, the Chinese Moon Festival (中秋节)is an annual celebration for the Chinese club. “The Chinese Moon Festival is a family union festival. In ancient China, most emperors worshipped the moon annually; then, the custom was accepted and became more and more popular over time,” Chinese teacher Mrs. Yadi Yu said. Keep Reading


The importance of improving allergy labels

To people with allergies, the ability to identify their allergen quickly and conveniently is crucial. Nearly 5.6 million children under age 18 have a food allergy. On average, that is about two children per classroom. With this many children with food allergies, there are hundreds of students affected at Heritage alone, making it vital the school provides a labelling system. Keep Reading

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